“I enjoy making 2D and 3D art for myself and others, but I felt a need to express myself and the beauty of the world, which I could only do properly through a video game of my own,” said nocras, the sole developer of Tasomachi. “It also feels like the world unfairly abandoned the collect-a-thon platformer, and I want to bring that genre back with beautiful visuals that create the same sense of melancholy and joy that I originally felt in my youth.”
Tasomachi stars a young girl named Yukumo who travels the world in her airship, which is also her greatest possession. During a visit to an Eastern town, the airship suddenly breaks down. Her only hope to get back to the air is to explore the town and search for parts to repair her ship. However, the town is entirely void of people, but there is a strange cat-like species present. She’ll need to communicate with them to get more information about the surrounding area and gain access to new areas.
Yukumo can freely explore this fantasy town during gameplay as they progress the narrative and uncover its mysteries. Additionally, there are dungeons that can also be explored as you search for new parts and collect items such as the much-needed DanamoCorezDanamoCore. The environments are each unique and feature highways, bridges, and ravines.
You can watch the new trailer for Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight below:
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